Patients are now payers, responsible for a substantial amount of your revenue. Have you addressed this shift—or are you still working to develop the optimal patient payment strategy?Read More
Waystar™, the combination of Navicure® and ZirMed® revenue cycle technologies, announced findings from its second annual Patient Payment Check-Up™ Survey, conducted by HIMSS Analytics.
By Crystal Ewing – While there is a 21-month transition period from 4/1/18 to 12/31/19, the phased roll-out of new cards began last month. However, until the transition period ends, you’ll need to accept either number.
Companies are seeking talent for the fastest growing industries in tech and healthcare is on the top of the list. Who is looking for what? Here are posted opportunities being reported from MRO Corp, ZirMed (now know as Waystar), MiHIN, and Wolters Kluwer.
Latest news being reported on payers and the health insurance industry including news from Cigna, Humana, Aetna, CareSource, Roundstone, Health Credit Services, ZirMed and more.
Companies are seeking talent for the fastest growing industries in tech and healthcare is on the top of the list. Who is looking for what? Here are posted opportunities being reported from Linguamatics, CliniSync, Alpha II, and Waystar.
Business news from Change Healthcare Change Healthcare, Zipongo, drchrono, Emerald Health Information Systems, Harris Healthcare, ProgenyHealth, Bernoulli Health, CareCloud, ZirMed, Navicure, Atrius Health, DrFirst, aetnahealth and Linguamatics.
We can’t talk about our RCM Answers site without first thanking our sponsor ZirMed, with world class dynamic end-to-end revenue cycle management solutions that get providers paid. It has been a wild year of “will it stay or will it go” when it came to HHS, ACA, and CMS. Or as The Clash once said, should I stay or should I go?
By Crystal Ewing – You may not be able to hear the slow drip, drip, drip of revenue leaking from your ambulatory practice – but chances are, it’s happening. Experts say revenue cycle inefficiencies eat up about 15 cents of every healthcare dollar — a number projected to jump to 33 cents by 2022, due to inefficient payment processing.